Yeast Cell Wall
Yeast Cell Wall contains about 26 to 32% of the dry weight of Saccharomyces and various other types of yeast. Being a structural component, it renders rigidity and shape to the yeast. It acts as a non-specific stimulator that is present in the immune system of animals and humans. Moreover, the mentioned cell wall stimulates the cells and prevents the micro-organisms from the bacterial infections. The capability of this cell wall is to bind the undesirable components, makes it an ideal choice to treat stuck fermentation.
Composed of 30 to 60% polysaccharides, proteins, lipids and chitin
Stained with fluorescent dye to bind the components together
Acts as a non-specific stimulator in humans and animals
Renders yeast its rigidity and shape